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ART 254 10.12.1999 Ed.

POLYETHYLENE

Chemicals Resistance Table


Low Density and High Density Polyethylene
INTRODUCTION
The table in this document summarises the data given in a number of chemical resistance tables
at present in use in various countries, derived from both practical experience and test results.

Source: ISO/TR 7472, 7474; Carlowitz: “Kunststofftabellen-3. Auflage”.

The table contains an evaluation of the chemical resistance of a number of fluids judged to be
either aggressive or not towards low and high density polyethylene. This evaluation is based on
values obtained by immersion of low and high density polyethylene test specimens in the fluid
concerned at 20 and 60°C and atmospheric pressure, followed in certain cases by the
determination of tensile characteristics.

A subsequent classification will be established with respect to a restricted number of fluids


deemed to be technically or commercially more important, using equipment which permits testing
under pressure and the determination of the ìcoefficient of chemical resistanceî for each fluid.
These tests will thus furnish more complete indications on the use of low and high density
polyethylene products for the transport of stated fluids, including their use under pressure.

SCOPE AND FIELD APPLICATION


This document establishes a provisional classification of the chemical resistance of low and high
density polyethylene with respect to about 300 fluids. It is intended to provide general guidelines
on the possible utilisation of low and high density polyethylene:

– at temperatures up to 20 och 60°C


– in the absence of internal pressure and external mechanical stress
(for example flexural stresses, stresses due to thrust, rolling loads etc).

DEFINITIONS, SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS


The criteria of classification, definitions, symbols and abbreviations adopted in this document are
as follows:

S= Satisfactory
The chemical resistance of low or high density polyethylene exposed to the action of a fluid is
classified as “satisfactory” when the results of test are acknowledged to be ìsatisfactoryî by the
majority of the countries participating in the evaluation.
L= Limited

The chemical resistance of low or high density polyethylene exposed to the action of a fluid is
classified as “limited” when the results of tests are acknowledged to be “limited” by the majority of
the countries participating in the evaluation.

Also classified as “limited” are the resistance to the action of chemical fluids for which judgements
“S” and “NS” or “L” are pronounced to an equal extent.

NS = Not satisfactory

The chemical resistance of low or high density polyethylene exposed to the action of a fluid is
classified as “not satisfactory” when the results of tests are acknowledged to be “not satisfactory”
by the majority of the countries participating in the evaluation.

Also classified as “not satisfactory” are materials for which judgements “L” and “NS” are
pronounced to an equal extent.

Sat.sol Saturated aqueous solution, prepared at 20°C

Sol Aqueous solution at a concentration higher than 10 %, but not saturated

Dil.sol Dilute aqueous solution at a concentration equel to or lower than 10 %

Work.sol Aqueous solution having the usual concentration for industrial use

Solution concentrations reported in the text are expressed as a percentage by mass.


The aqueous solutions of sparingly soluble chemicals are considered, as far as chemical action
towards low or high density polyethylene is concerned, as saturated solutions.

In general, common chemical names are used in this document.

The table is made as a first guideline for user of polyethylene. If a chemical compound is not to be
found or if there is an uncertainty on the chemical resistance in an application, please contact
Borealis for advise and proposal on testing.

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Chemical resistance of low density and high density polyethylene,
not subjected to mechanical stress, to various fluids at 20 and 60°C

Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C


20 60 20 60
Acetaldehyde 100 % L NS S L
Acetanilide – S S
Acetic acid 10 % S S S S
Acetic acid 60 % S L S S
Acetic acid, glacial Greater than 96 % L NS S L
Acetic anhydride 100 % L NS S L
Acetone 100 % L NS L L
Acrylnitrile – S S S S
Acetylsilicacid – S S S S
Adipic acid Sat.sol S S S S
After shave – NS NS NS NS
Aliphatic hydocarbons – L NS L L
Allyl acetate – S L S L
Allyl alcohol 100 % L NS – –
Allyl alcohol 96 % – – S S
Allyl chloride – L NS L NS
Aluminium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Aluminium fluoride Sat.sol S S S S
Aluminium hydroxide Sat.sol S S S S
Aluminium nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Aluminium oxychloride Sat.sol S S S S
Al/potassium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Aluminium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Alums Sol S S S S
Aminobenzoic acid – S S S S
Ammonia , dry gas 100 % S S S S
Ammonia, liquid 100 % L L S S
Ammonia, aqueous Dil.sol S S S S
Ammonium acetate – S S S S
Ammonium carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium fluoride Sol S – S S
Ammonium hexafluorosilicate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium hydrogen carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium hydroxide 10 % S S S S
Ammonium hydroxide 30 % S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Ammonium metaphosphate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium oxalate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium phosphate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium persulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Ammonium sulphide Sol S S S S
Ammonium thiocyanate Sat.sol S S S S
Amyl acetate 100 % NS NS L L
Amyl alcohol 100 % L L S L
Amyl chloride 100 % NS NS – –
Amyl phthalate – L L S L
Aniline 100 % NS NS S L
Anilinchlorohydrate – L – – –
Antimony (III) chloride 90 % – – S S
Antimony (III) chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Antimony trichloride Sol S S S S
Apple juice Sol – – S L
Aqua regia HCl/HNO3 = 3/1 NS NS NS NS
Aromaitic hydrocarbons – NS NS NS NS
Arsenic acid Sat.sol S S S S
Asorbic acid 10 % S S S S

Barium bromide Sat.sol S S S S


Barium carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Barium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Barium hydroxide Sat.sol S S S S
Barium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Barium sulphide Sat.sol S S S S
Beer – S S S S
Benzaldehyde 100 % L NS S L
Benzene 100 % NS NS L L
Benzoic acid Sat.sol S S S S
Benzoylchloride – S L S L
Benzyl alcohol – S L S S
Benzylsulphonic acid 10 % S S S S
Bismuth carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Bitumen – S L S S
Bleach lye 10 % S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Borax Sat.sol S S S S
Boric acid Sat.sol S S S S
Boron trifluoride – L NS L NS
Brake fluid – L NS L NS
Brine – S S S S
Bromine, dry gas 100 % NS NS NS NS
Bromine, liquid 100 % NS NS NS NS
Bromoform 100 % NS NS NS NS
Butandiol 10 % S S S S
Butandiol 60 % S S S S
Butandiol 100 % S S S S
Butane, gas 100 % – – S S
Butanol 100 % S L S S
Butter – S S S S
Butyl acetate 100 % S L S L
Butyl alcohol 100 % S S S S
Butyl chloride – S – S –
Butylene glycol 10 % S S S S
Butylene glycol 60 % S S S S
Butylene glycol 100 % S S S S
Butyraldehyde – – – S L
Butyric acid 100 % L L S L

Calcium arsenate – S S S S
Calcium benzoate – S S S S
Calcium bisulphide – S S S S
Calcium bromate 10 % S S S S
Calcium bromide Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium chlorate Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium chromate 40 % S S S S
Calcium cyanide – S S S S
Calcium hydrosulphide Sol S S S S
Calcium hydroxide Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium hypochlorite Sol S S S S
Calcium nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium oxide Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium perchlorate 1% S – S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Calcium permanganate 20 % S S S S
Calcium persulphate Sol S S S S
Calcium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Calcium sulphide Dil.sol – – L L
Camphor oil – NS NS L L
Carbon dioxide, dry gas 100 % – – S S
Carbon dioxide, wet – S S S S
Carbon disulphide 100 % NS NS L NS
Carbon monoxide 100 % S S S S
Carbon tetrachloride 100 % NS NS L NS
Carbonic acid S S S S
Castor oil Sol S S S S
Chlorine, water 2 % Sat.sol L L S S
Chlorine, aqueous Sat.sol NS NS L NS
Chlorine, dry gas 100 % NS NS L NS
Chloroacetic acid Sol – – S S
Chlorobenzene 100 % NS NS NS NS
Chloroethanol 100 % S S S S
Chloroform 100 % NS NS NS NS
Chloromethane, gas 100 % L – L –
Chlorosulphonic acid 100 % NS NS NS NS
Chloropropene – NS – L –
Chrome alum Sol S S S S
Chromic acid Sat.sol S S – –
Chromic acid 20 % – – S L
Chromic acid 50 % – – S L
Chromium VI oxide Sat.sol S S S S
Cider – S S S S
Citric acid Sat.sol S S S S
Citric acid 10 % S S S S
Citric acid 25 % S S S S
Coconut oil alcoholic – S S S S
Coffee – S S S S
Copper (II) chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Copper cyanide Sat.sol S S S S
Copper (II) fluoride Sat.sol S S S S
Copper (II) fluoride 2% S S S S
Copper (II) nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Copper (II) sulphate Sat.sol S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Corn oil – S S S S
Cottonseed oil – S S S S
Cresylic acid Sat.sol – – L –
Crotonaldehyde Sat.sol L – – –
Cyclanone – S S S S
Cyclohexane – NS NS NS NS
Cyclohexanol Sat.sol L NS – –
Cyclohexanol 100 % – – S S
Cyclohexanone 100 % NS NS S L

Decahydronaphthalene 100 % L NS S L
Decane – NS NS L NS
Decalin 100 % – – S L
Detergents, synthetic – S S S S
Developers (photographic) Work.conc – – S S
Dextrin Sol S S S S
Dextrose Sol S S S S
Diacetone alcohol – L L L L
Diazo salts – S S S S
Dibutyl amine – NS NS L NS
Dibuthyl ether – NS NS L –
Dibutylphthalate – L L S L
Dichlorobenzene – NS NS NS NS
Dichloroethylene – NS NS NS NS
Dichloropropylene – NS NS NS NS
Diesel oil – S NS S L
Diethyl ether 100 % NS NS L –
Diethyl ketone – L NS L L
Diethylene glycol – S S S S
Diglycolic acid – S S S S
Diisobutylketone 100 % S L S L
Dimethyl amine 100 % NS NS – –
Dimethyl formamid – S L S S
Dioctyl phthalate 100 % L NS S L
Dioxan 100 % – – S S
Dipentene – NS NS NS NS
Disodium phosphate – S S S S
Drano, plumbing cleaner – S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Emulsions, photographic – S S S S
Ethandiol 100 % S S S S
Ethanol 40 % S L S L
Ethanol 96 % L L – –
Ethyl acetate 100 % L NS S NS
Ethyl acrylate 100 % NS NS L NS
Ethyl alcohol 35 % S S S S
Ethyl alcohol 100 % S S S S
Ethyl benzene – NS NS NS NS
Ethyl chloride 100 % NS NS NS NS
Ethylene chloride 100 % NS NS NS NS
Ethylene diamine 100 % S L S S
Ethyl ether – NS NS NS NS
Ethylene glycol 100 % S S S S
Ethyl mercaptan – NS NS NS NS

Ferric chloride Sat.sol S S S S


Ferric nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Ferric sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Ferrous chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Ferrous sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Fish solubles Sol S S S S
Fluoboric acid – S S S S
Fluorine gas 100 % L NS NS NS
Fluorine gas, dry 100 % NS NS NS NS
Fluorine gas, wet 100 % NS NS NS NS
Fluorosilic acid Conc S L S L
Fluorosilic acid 40 % S S S S
Formaldehyde 40 % S S S S
Formic acid 40 % S S S S
Formic acid 98 to 100 % S S S S
Fructose Sat.sol S S S S
Fruit pulps Sol S S S S
Furfural 100 % NS NS NS NS
Furfuryl alcohol 100 % L NS S L

Gallic acid Sat.sol S S S S


Gasoline, petrol – L NS L L
Gelatine – S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Glucose Sat.sol S S S S
Glycerine 100 % S S S S
Glycerol 100 % S S S S
Glycolic acid 30 % S L – –
Glycolic acid Sol – – S S

n-Heptane 100 % NS NS L NS
Hexachlorobenzene – S S S L
Hexachlorophene – NS NS L L
Hexamethylenetriamine 40 % S – S –
Hexane – S L S L
Hexanol, tertiary – S S S S
Hydrobromic acid 50 % S S S S
Hydrobromic acid Up to 100 % S S S S
Hydrochloric acid Up to 36 % S S S S
Hydrochloric acid Conc S S S S
Hydrochlorous acid Conc S S S S
Hydrocyanic acid 10 % S S S S
Hydrocyanic acid Sat.sol S S S S
Hydrofluoric acid 40 % S S S S
Hydrofluoric acid 60 % S L S L
Hydrogen 100 % S S S S
Hydrogen chloride Dry gas S S S S
Hydrogen peroxide 30 % S L S S
Hydrogen peroxide 90 % S NS S NS
Hydrogen sulphide gas 100 % S S S S
Hydroquinone Sat.sol S S – –
Hydroxylamine up to 12 % S S S S

Inks – S S S S
Iodine (in potassium sol) – L NS NS NS
Iodine (in alcohol) – NS NS NS NS
Iron (II) chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Iron (II) sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Iron (III) chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Iron (III) nitrate Sol S S S S
Iron (III) sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Iso octane 100 % S NS S L
Iso pentane – NS NS NS NS

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Isopropanol – S S S S
Isopropyl amine – NS NS NS NS
Isopropyl ether 100 % L NS S NS

Kerosene – NS NS NS NS

Lactic acid 10 % S S S S
Lactic acid 28 % S S S S
Lactic acid up to 100 % S S S S
Latex – S S S S
Lead acetate Dil.sol S S S S
Lead acetate Sat.sol S S S S
Lead arsenate – S S S S
Lubricating oil – S S S S
Lysol – NS NS L NS

Magnesium carbonate Sat.sol S S S S


Magnesium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Magnesium hydroxide Sat.sol S S S S
Magnesium nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Magnesium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Maleic acid Sat.sol S S S S
Mercury – S S S S
Mercury (I) nitrate Sol S S S S
Mercury (II) chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Mecury (II) cyanide Sat.sol S S S S
Mercury 100 % S S S S
Methanol 100 % S L S S
Methyl alcohol 100 % S L S S
Methyl benzoic acid Sat.sol NS NS L –
Methyl bromide 100 % NS NS NS NS
Methyl chloride 100 % NS NS NS NS
Methylcyclohexane – L NS L NS
Methyl ethyl ketone 100 % – – S L
Methylene chloride – NS NS NS NS
Methoxybutanol 100 % S L S L
Milk – S S S S
Milk of Magnesia – S L S L
Mineral oils – L NS S L

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Molasses Work.conc S S S S
Motor oil – S L S S

Naphtha – L NS L NS
Naphtahalene – NS NS L –
Nickel chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Nickel nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Nickel sulphate Sat.sol S S S –
Nicotine Dil.sol S S S S
Nicotinic acid Dil.sol L L S –
Nitric acid 25 % S S S S
Nitric acid 50 % S L S L
Nitric acid 70 % S L S L
Nitric acid 95 % NS NS NS NS
Nitric acid 100 % NS NS NS NS
Nitrobenzene 100 % NS NS NS NS
Nitroethane 100 % S NS S NS
Nitromethane 100 % S – S –
Nitrotoluene – NS NS NS NS

n-Octane – S S S S
Octyl alcohol – S NS S NS
Oil and fats L NS S L
Oleic acid 100 % L NS S S
Oleum (H2SO4 + 10 % SO3) NS NS NS NS
Oleum (H2SO4 + 50 % SO3) NS NS NS NS
Olive oil – S NS S NS
Orthophosphoric acid 50 % S S S S
Orthophosphoric acid 95 % S L S L
Oxalic acid Sat.sol S S S S
Oxygen 100 % S – S L
Ozone 100 % NS NS L NS

Paraffin oil – S L S S
n-Pentane – NS NS NS NS
Pentane-2 – NS NS NS NS
Perchloric acid 20 % S S S S
Perchloric acid 50 % S L S L
Perchloric acid 70 % S NS S NS

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Perchloroethylene – NS NS NS NS
Phenol Sol L NS S S
Phosphine 100 % S S S S
Phosphoric acid up to 25 % S S S S
Phosphoric acid 25 to 50 % S S S S
Phosphoric (III) chloride 100 % S L S L
Phosphorous (II) chloride 100 % – – S L
Phosphorous pentoxide 100 % S S S S
Phosphorous trichloride 100 % S L S L
Photographic solutions – S S S S
Phtalic acid 50 % S S S S
Picric acid Sat.sol S L S –
Plating solutions – S S S S
Potassium acetate – S S S S
Potassium aluminium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium benzoate – S S S S
Potassium bicarbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium borate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium bromate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium bromide Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium chlorate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium chromate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium cyanide Sol S S S S
Potassium dichromate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium fluoride Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium hexacyanoferrate (III) Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium hexacyanoferrate (II) Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium hexafluorosilicate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium hydrogen carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium hydrogen sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium hydrogen sulphide Sol – – S S
Potassium hydroxide 10 % S S S S
Potassium hydroxide Sol S S S S
Potassium hypochlorite Sol S L S L
Potassium iodate 10 % S S S S
Potassium iodide Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium nitrate Sat.sol S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Potassium orthophosphate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium oxalate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium perchlorate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium permanganate 20 % S S S S
Potassium persulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium phosphate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium sulphide Sol S S S S
Potassium sulphite Sat.sol S S – –
Potassium thiocyanate Sat.sol S S S S
Potassium thiosulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Propargul alcohol – S S S S
n-Propyl alcohol – S S S S
Propionic acid 50 % – – S S
Propionic acid 100 % – – S L
Propylene dichloride 100 % NS NS NS NS
Propylene glycol – S S S S
Pyridine 100 % – – S L

Quinol (hydroquinone) Sat.sol S S S S

Resorcinol Sat.sol S S S S

Salicylic acid Sat.sol S S S S


Sea water – S S S S
Selenic acid – S S S S
Silicon oil – S S S S
Silver acetate Sat.sol S S S S
Silver cyanide Sat.sol S S S S
Silver nitrate Sat.sol S S – –
Soap solution 100 % S S S S
Sodium acetate Sat.sol S S – –
Sodium antimonate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium arsenite Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium benzoate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium bicarbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium bisulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium bisulphite Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium borate – S S S S
Sodium bromide Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium carbonate Sat.sol S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Sodium chlorate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium chlorite Sat.sol L – – –
Sodium cyanide Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium dichromate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium fluoride Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium hexacyanoferrate (III) Sat.sol – – S S
Sodium hexacyanoferrate (II) Sat.sol – – S S
Sodium hexafluorosilicate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium hydrogen carbonate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium hydrogen sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium hydrogen sulphite Sol S S S S
Sodium hydroxide 40 % S S S S
Sodium hydroxide Sol – – S S
Sodium hypochloride – L NS S S
Sodium hypochlorite 15 % – – S S
available CI – – S S
Sodium iodate 10 % S S S S
Sodium iodide Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium nitrate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium nitrite Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium ortophosphate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium oxalate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium phosphate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium silicate Sol S S S S
Sodium sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium sulphide Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium sulphite Sat.sol S S S S
Sodium thiocyanate Sat.sol S S S S
Stannic chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Stannous chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Starch solution Sat.sol S S S S
Stearic acid Sat.sol S L S –
Styrene Sol L NS L NS
Sulphur dioxide, dry 100 % S S S S
Sulphur trioxide 100 % NS NS NS NS
Sulphur acid 10 to 50 % S S S S
Sulphuric acid 10 % S S S S
Sulphuric acid 50 % S S S S

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Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C
20 60 20 60
Sulphuric acid 70 % S L S L
Sulphuric acid 80 % S NS S NS
Sulphuric acid 98 % L NS S NS
Sulphuric acid Fuming NS NS NS NS
Sulphurous acid 30 % S S S S
Sulphurous acid Sol S S S S

Tallow – S L S L
Tannic acid Sol S S S S
Tartaric acid Sat.sol S S S S
Tartaric acid Sol – – S S
Tetrachloroethylene 100 % NS NS NS NS
Tetrachloromethane 100 % NS NS L NS
Tetradecane NS NS NS NS
Tetrahydrofuran – NS NS NS NS
Tetrahydronaphthalene 100 % L NS S L
Thionyl chloride 100 % NS NS NS NS
Tin (II) chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Tin (IV) chloride Sol S S S S
Tin (IV) chloride Sat.sol – – S S
Titanium tetrachloride Sat.sol NS NS NS NS
Toluene 100 % NS NS L NS
Tribromomethane – NS NS NS NS
Trichloroacetaldehyde – S – S –
Trichlorobenzene – NS NS – –
Trichloroethylene 100 % NS NS NS NS
Triethanolamine 100 % S – S –
Triethanolamine Sol – – S L
Triethylene glycol – S S S S
Trisodium phosphate Sat.sol S S – –
Turpentine – NS NS NS NS

Urea up to 30 % S S S S
Urea Sol S S S S
Urine - S S S S

Vanilla extract – S S S S
Vaseline – S L S S
Vegetables oils S L S S
Vinegar S S S S
Water S S S S
Wetting agents – S S S S
Wines and spirits S S S S

Chemical or product Concentration LD °C HD °C


20 60 20 60

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Xylene 100 % NS NS L NS

Yeast Sol S S S S

Zinc bromide Sat.sol S S S S


Zinc carbonate Sat.sol – – S S
Zinc chloride Sat.sol S S S S
Zinc oxide Sat.sol S S S S
Zinc stearate – S S S S
Zinc sulphate Sat.sol S S S S
o-Zylene NS NS NS NS
p-Zylene – NS NS NS NS

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